My Philosophy of Education My philosophy of education is very simple: Creating a safe haven and planned inclusion of all students. In order to achieve this, the teacher should have a good comprehension of education, the teacher’s role, student’s responsibilities, parents and community roles and opportunities, and that knowledge is power. Because my belief that the goal of education is to give an opportunity to everyone, I strongly believe in public education. Every one of us is born into families and circumstances beyond our control. These circumstances in many societies and culture, determine our future. However, in modern free nations everyone is able to demonstrate their own definition of success, because public education provides opportunities for everyone to be successful. This is true especially in the United States; we trust that education will grant equal opportunities for success. Without a sturdy public education system, I believe that our society and its members would fail. With this enormous responsibility of public education, my role as a teacher is equally as big. As a teacher, I will be responsible while in my care, in many forms of my student’s lives and academic success, the moment my students enter my classroom, I need to make every attempt to make sure the students are safe, and included academically and socially. It does not matter if students are performing a grade level, above or below; it is my responsibility to find everyday opportunities for success. It is my responsibility to teach every student the state standards, and to plan my lessons in a way that will include every student. This includes students with special needs, students with learning or other disabilities and gifted students. This planned inclusion, lets my students feel safe and accepted in my classroom. Just how I will be taking on certain responsibilities, I will have expectations for my students as well. Every student must give effort everyday; effort to complete all school and homework, effort to be caring and nice, effort to follow classroom rules, and effort to respect others in the classroom and school. I know that my students will still be children and may not grasp the concept of making these efforts every day. Each day will be a new day with my students, so whatever happened before will be in the past, I will begin a fresh start with my students every day. Students will come to school under many circumstances, mainly formed by the parents and guardians. I understand that it can be challenging for some families to provide for their children. I would not want to add to this burden, but just how I would have expectations for my
Philosophy of Assessment
November 24, 2014
Education in the 21st century is constantly changing and developing to meet the specific needs of our children. I have a passion for helping children be successful in all aspects of life. I sincerely want to make an encouraging impact on the future of the youth. I believe that all children can learn through differentiation and many assessment implements. I will bring a helpful attitude and give my greatest effort to inspire my students…
life is education. I see education as the main goal in life because you always learn about things that you did not know about or at least not as detailed. Education keeps the world moving forward and makes the world a better place by providing the world with more knowledgeable people. It is amazing to know the science behind every little thing in the world. It is also interesting to know about history and to learn where today's world came from.
My family has a lot for respect for education, and my…
Philosophy of Education
My pedagogic creed has considerably changed since I first taught one decade ago. In my early twenties, my philosophy of education focused on the freedom of expression, discipline, teaching methods, expectations, parent and community involvement, and ideals. However, life experience and a master’s of education have shifted my philosophy to focus on: being a caring and committed professional and fostering the establishment of and sustaining a socially-just classroom by creating…
My Philosophy of Education
From an early age, we’ve been told that education is the key to one’s success in life. Study hard! Get good grades! Go to college! And by making education freely available to all children, we’re all given an equal opportunity to succeed in life. But what is the purpose of education? Is education about preparing us for a specific career? Or is it about teaching students lifelong values, discipline, and the ability to explore new ideas and to think independently? “It…
William & Reggio Approach
By: Pauita Esuh
Early childhood 3B
Philosophy of Education
Waldorf school tried to help children be able to survive in
To be successful they will need the ability to think and
Waldorf education is based on an understanding that key
to developing problem solving skills for the 21st century is
an active imagination and a commitment to pursuing
one’s purpose in life.
Teaches the child's head, hands as well as the heart…
As an educator, I believe that I am here to transform students into fully functioning citizens for society. Nearly a decade as an education, I have experienced different school environment and how to maximums learning. As an educator, with teaching for four different administrations has given me a perspective to construct effective curriculum to improve student learning. It is my mission to do what it takes, to modernize students’ lives of accomplishments to the next level,…
Education Philosophy Position Final Paper
Michele A. Williams
2012 Educ. 305-D04 LUO
As postmodern educators feel their way through an ever changing multicultural classroom environment, it is imperative that each hold firmly to their philosophical positions and do not let society influence them in a negative way. At the same time all teachers should be continually reflecting inwardly to make oneself accountable to their profession.
Teachers have a great responsibility to see that every child…
Philosophy of Education
I think I have always wanted to be an educator. I grew up around early childhood education with my mother being a preschool teacher herself, but it took a bit longer for me to find my passion. My mother always told me I would be a great teacher, but I did not want to settle for it and wanted to explore my options. I am sure glad I came around. I truly love what I do.
Being a teacher, to me, is being an influence in a child’s life. Regardless if they will remember me years…
It is my belief that every child should be treated as an individual and deserves a safe and nurturing environment where he/she is allowed to grow socially and intellectually. I want to be an educator that will help students meet these needs, even before they exist. I want to allow students to take risks and make mistakes and let them know that it is okay not to succeed every time they try. It is important to establish a safe environment for all children regardless of age, sex, race, or any other…
COM 101 – ND
Education has had a major impact on my life but before I get to that, let me start off by giving a brief introduction of myself. My full name is Jae Hyun Lee but I like to be called Jae. My family came here from Korea when I was 2 years old. Having grown up in Queens almost my whole life, I developed a “New York” lifestyle where the tempo of everything I do is fast paced. I used to not be able to communicate well with people who I am unfamiliar with but that has gotten better…